The world has never been more connected. But in reality, there’s still so much we don’t understand about each other. Join hosts Neil Innes and Andres Bartos as they take you to places you didn’t realize existed, introduce you to people who you would never have otherwise met, and experience the rush of traveling the world, without ever leaving your home.
About the Hosts
Neil is a documentary filmmaker, editor and writer based in Barcelona. He is a horror movie connoisseur, plays an excellent blues guitar, and has gotten into trouble all over the world.
Best Trip Ever
Spending 3 months intensely traveling India and Nepal alone and never once having a “bad tummy.”
Andrés is a documentary film director and editor based in Barcelona. He has lived in Seattle, La Paz, Berlin, and Rio and he played Lt. Schrank in his high school’s performance of West Side Story.
Best Trip Ever
A month spent in Brazil, where he lived across from some marmoset monkeys in Rio, almost got run over by men on horseback in a favela in Bahía, and danced for several hours with thousands of people in a spontaneous carnaval parade.
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Exploring the stories hidden in the skies of the southern hemisphere, as understood by the oldest living culture on earth: the Australian Aboriginals.
South Africa’s art landscape is not about the past and tradition – it’s about a utopian future. Meet Johannesburg’s pioneering new generation of creatives: the South African afrofuturists.
Passport treads the boards of Paris to dive into the city’s age-old love affair with a very distinct form of theatrics – clowning.
MisInfoNation separates the facts from the fictions in a country everyone thinks they already know – Italy.
Portugal is known for surf, sunshine, and sad songs. But unlike its neighbors – Spain, France, and Italy – wine has never been the country’s calling card. Until now. Passport heads to the Douro to meet a new generation of women looking to change that.
As the US goes to the polls, Passport goes there too. But not to America. Take a break from the anxiety and divisiveness of the US election with two stories that show the true, positive, power of democracy across the globe.